Hilton Grand Vacations Offer for NYC, Vegas, Chicago & More
Hilton Grand Vacations has a new offer that can earn you 25,000 Hilton Honors points and a cheap vacation. This time around there are five destinations to choose from. Prices start from $199.
- Washington DC – 3 Days/2 Nights + 25,000 Hilton points for $199
- Las Vegas – 5 Days/4 Nights + 25,000 Hilton points for $249
- Orlando – 5 Days/4 Nights + 25,000 Hilton points for $249
- Chicago – 4 Days/3 Nights + 25,000 Hilton points for $299
- New York City – 4 Days/3 Nights + 25,000 Hilton points for $399
- You must attend a two hour timeshare sales presentation in order to participate in this promotion.
- Our special preview packages are only available to persons whose combined gross annual income meet certain requirements and who reside in a state where our projects are registered for sale.
- You may not participate in this promotion if you have an open, incomplete package requiring attendance at a sales presentation, or have participated in a sponsor promotion requiring attendance at a sales presentation: (i) within the last year at the property or properties promoted in this offer, or (ii) within the last six (6) months at any other properties.
- If married or living together, couples must attend sales presentation together; individuals may purchase separately.
- Offer expires February 24, 2020.
We see these Hilton Grand Vacations offers every few months. This time around you have more options than usual. These offers come with 25,000 free points. But it could still be worthwhile to call the number and ask for something better. We have seen bonuses as high as 100,000 Hilton points in the past. You can also ask for a lower price. They can often knock off $50 of the price offered. And even if you have already booked something, it is not too late to call up and ask to be matched to something better.
Just keep in mind that it comes with a mandatory sales pitch for Hilton Grand Vacations. You have to sit through that for two hours. They can’t force you to buy anything, but again not everyone can say “no” over and over. And they make those deals sound pretty good. So if that’s something you’re not comfortable with, might be best to skip this Hilton Grand Vacations offer. But if you’ve done this before, or are confident that you will resist the temptation, then could be a good opportunity.
Have you participated in similar timeshare presentations in the past. How did they go and what tips do you have for other DDG readers?